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  • A2Zprobs
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    for the past 7 years we have been trying to teach our little girl to respect her elders and no the boundaries and then to find last year she was diagnosed with non typical aspergers which actually now seems to be more likely 100% PDA.
    we have finally found a self diagnosis that torally describes our 12 year old.
    So................. where do we go from here i have been told by a very good ed psych that we should look at a school Farney Close in Bolney west Sussex. but we need a statement for hwr to go there which we are going through at the moment.
    have you heard of this school or do you know if this type of school is the right way to go for our little girl. Mainstream doesn't seem to have worked during these past 7 years and we are running out of time regards to education. she has the ability and understanding of a 9 yr old..
    would love to hear from anyone out there with aPDA child or with simular probs
    Take Care
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